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Luis Garavito (Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos) was born on 25 January, 1957 in Génova, Colombia.

Popular As Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos
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Age 63 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 25 January 1957
Birthday 25 January
Birthplace Génova, Colombia

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While Garavito was out of his cell, detectives took DNA samples from his pillow and living area. The DNA found on the victims was a match to the DNA found in Garavito’s cell. Garavito confessed to murdering 140 children and was charged with killing 172 altogether throughout Colombia. He was found guilty on 138 of the 172 accounts; the others are ongoing. Garavito was sentenced to 1,853 years and 9 days in prison, the lengthiest sentence in Colombian history. However, Colombian law limits imprisonment to 40 years—and because Garavito helped police find the victims’ bodies, his sentence was further reduced to 22 years.


The TV host and journalist Guillermo Prieto La Rotta, popularly known as Pirry, interviewed Garavito for a show which aired on June 11, 2006. Pirry mentioned that, during the interview, Garavito tried to minimize his actions and expressed intent to start a political career in order to help abused children. Pirry also described Garavito’s conditions in prison and commented that due to good behavior, he could probably apply for early release within three years.


Garavito was arrested on April 22, 1999, on separate charges of attempted rape. Garavito was questioned about the local killings and his attempted rape charges. Police speculated that Garavito had planned on killing the young boy if the bystander had not intervened. After a short interrogation, detectives suspected Garavito of being La Bestia, although Garavito had insisted on his innocence. The detailed description of his killings brought Garavito to tears.


This large number of missing children called for a widespread investigation, as these killings were not confined to a specific area. In February 1998, outside the town of Génova, Colombia, the bodies of two naked children were found lying next to each other on a hill. The next day, only meters away, another child’s naked body was found. All three bodies had their hands bound and bore signs of sexual abuse. The victims’ necks were severely cut, and bruises were on their backs, genitals, legs, and buttocks. The murder weapon was found in the same area as the bodies. A note that had been found at the crime scene had an address written on it; this information led them to Garavito’s girlfriend.


Beginning in 1992, boys between the ages of 6 through 16 began disappearing rapidly from the streets of Colombia. Due to the decades-long civil war, many children in Colombia were poor, homeless, or orphaned. For years, these murders had gone unnoticed because many of the victims had no police report filed on their disappearance. Clusters of bodies had begun popping up all over Colombia, yet authorities did not take much notice until 1997, when mass graves were uncovered.


Luis Alfredo Garavito Cubillos (born January 25, 1957), also known as La Bestia (“The Beast”) or Tribilín (named after the Disney character “Goofy”) is a Colombian rapist and serial killer. In 1999, he admitted to the rape, torture and murder of 138 boys and teenagers. His victims, based on the locations of skeletons listed on maps that Garavito drew in prison, could exceed 300; Garavito continues to confess to more murders. He has been described by local media as “the world’s worst serial killer.” The Guinness Book of World Records lists another Colombian, Pedro Alonso López, known in Colombia as ”the Monster of the Andes,” as the largest-scale serial killer of modern times; however, in terms of the number of confirmed victims Garavito tops the list followed by López. The judicial body ruled that all Garavito’s sentences total 1,853 years and nine days in jail.